Private Workshop: The Five Step Personalized Learning Plan

Private Workshop: The Five Step Personalized Learning Plan


(66 customer reviews)

Given the buzz around personalized learning, it’s surprising how much confusion there is around the meaning of the term. Personalized learning is NOT a piece of software. And it doesn’t require students to spend all day staring at computer screens. The essence of personalized learning is to allow students to learn at their own level and pace, to help them set goals and take ownership of their learning. In this workshop, you’ll learn the five simple steps to ensuring you and your students enjoy the benefits of personalized learning. We’ll help take the guesswork out of creating your plan, and help you overcome the most common obstacles to personalizing your classroom.


Session Highlights

This workshop covers the ideas behind personalized learning, as well as the practical steps that will help you get started. The five-step personalized plan covers everything from goal-setting, to facilitation, and reviewing data. The program is “platform agnostic,” so you can use these five steps with whatever software you use for online learning.

This Level 1 session focuses on the first three stages of personalized learning: Plan, Launch, and Support. Step 4 (Respond) and 5 (Beyond) are covered in the Level 2 Personalized Learning workshop:

Plan: Set up teacher and student accounts, create your personalized learning schedule and student expectations.

Launch: Introduce your students to the concepts behind personalized learning and show them how to make the most of your chosen platform. Students create their personalized learning goals.

Support: Address common challenges students face when adjusting to personalized learning. Create a routine of small group and individual conferences to help students take ownership of their learning. This workshop is designed for educators shifting to a personalized learning approach, as well as those who are looking to create a more systematic approach for their personalized learning initiatives.


Each participant receives a digital workbook, full of planning materials and student organizers, so you can start making the most of personalized learning the very next day. The 5-Step Personalized Learning plan can be used for students of all ages, in live classrooms or for online learning.

About the Presenter

Jeff Lisciandrello is the founder of Room to Discover and an educational consultant specializing in student-centered learning practicesJeff Lisciandrello is a consultant and curriculum designer specializing in student-centered instructional practices. With over 15 years experience as a classroom teacher and instructional coach, his expertise supports teachers and education leaders at the intersection of theory and practice. In Jeff’s workshops, you won’t just hear about differentiation and inquiry-based learning: You’ll experience them first-hand. Find him on Twitter @EdTechJeff


For more information, contact [email protected].


1 Session: 6 Hours Per Session, 2 Sessions: 3 Hours Per Session, 3 Sessions: 2 Hours Per Session, 4 Sessions: 90 Minutes Per Session, 1 Session: 1 Hour (Introductory)

66 reviews for Private Workshop: The Five Step Personalized Learning Plan

  1. Melissa

    I liked Jeff’s take on what is expected versus what happens. He gave his experience with the Khan website and its usage for his students and their level of engagement.

  2. Asha

    Loved breaking down the week-by-week process to integrate personalized learning

  3. Charmaine

    Being able to set up my class and navigate the site

  4. Mukesh

    I like that students can do this on their own

  5. Claudia

    I like being able to have access to personalized tasks for students.

  6. Diane

    Learning how to integrate different ways of learning in my classroom

  7. Denise

    the presenter explained that the school would benefit from a google domain account to properly utilize Khan Academy

  8. Dillon

    This session showed me how to analyze my data to better understand my students which would allow me to meet them at their levels.

  9. Dillon

    I liked that we were able to browse the website as a student to experience what they are experiencing when they attempt to do assignments.

  10. Donna

    Helped me see how resources can be used for special education high school students for subject content

  11. Eliset

    I liked the interactive missions and the step by step guide.

  12. Giovanna

    I liked how there were other teachers who shared their experiences and could show me the best way for them to implement Khan Academy

  13. Ilana

    The visual demonstrations

  14. Ian

    I appreciated the way the presenter clearly explained the material.

  15. Jiselle

    The data analysis and how you can use this to drive and decide meaningful instruction in your class.

  16. Jinmai

    Showed me how to use mission to individual student learning

  17. Julian

    Very informative and student friendly

  18. Joanne

    Helped me see how to look at student data

  19. Ticobi

    The 3 Bridges Design for Learning was great

  20. Jordan

    Working hands-on on the website itself

  21. James

    Learning how to use Khan Academy to the best of my ability, based on today’s PD.

  22. Kayin

    practicing time for us to explore the websites.

  23. Kumi

    Very engaging session

  24. Kelsha

    Loved the collaboration with other educators and designated time to apply the information and skills that were presented

  25. Keith

    Helpful for implementing and discussing Khan Academy

  26. Lorenzo

    Hands on was helpful

  27. Mariam

    I learned information I did not know before

  28. Maive

    Helped me to Analyze Data

  29. Melissa

    I liked having time to explore the different aspects that Khan academy has to offer.

  30. Michael

    Helped me to create strategic objectives to individually practice navigating the data

  31. Marian

    Lots of great information

  32. Mariah

    Being able to link to GAFE Accounts

  33. Mya

    Very detailed and giving handouts for us to review back.

  34. Mya

    Very detailed and giving handouts for us to review back.

  35. Natascha

    Loved the hands on practice as both teacher and student

  36. Maria

    Great perspective on how to analyze student data

  37. Diane

    I liked the pace of the session

  38. Rebecca

    opportunity to work with the program

  39. Jessica

    It tied everything together from level 1 training

  40. Jessica

    Practice as a student

  41. Ruth

    Loved small group time with other teachers

  42. Saved

    Loved exploring the math games

  43. Sharleen

    Very interactive

  44. Sharleen

    Very interactive.

  45. Stella

    I liked the approach to personalized instruction.

  46. Sam

    The concept of 3 bridges design for learning helps me to integrate personalized learning into my lesson plans

  47. Susan

    I liked learning about new resources to engage my students and obtain active, real time data

  48. Susan

    presenter gave clear directions

  49. Veronica

    Learning how to analyze Khan Academy data to inform instruction.

  50. Vince

    Totally what I needed to learn about Khan Academy

  51. Zhang

    We were able to talk to other teachers and listen about what worked for them and what didn’t.

  52. Zhang

    We had personal time to explore Khan Academy.

  53. Tiffany

    Opened my eyes to the possibilities of differentiation from the platform

  54. Frank

    I liked how we had time to discuss and/or practice the program from the student’s point of view. Very helpful to be able to network with colleagues who have more experience using the program.

  55. Jermaine

    Great ideas for how to look at the data

  56. Byron

    Having the implementation of Khan Academy broken down into its weeks

  57. Almeira

    group workshop, going on khan academy as a student.

  58. Mislaidy

    Time for discussion of experiences and individualized attention

  59. Grant

    This session was engaging and well organized

  60. Farzad

    The flexibility of the program

  61. Katie

    I appreciated the guided discussions on the why’s of grading to provide deeper context going forward into our decision about what style of grading to adopt for the new school year or future years.

  62. Timothy

    Jeff encouraged our staff to think differently about grading and how the system we are currently using does not encourage student engagement.

  63. Tonya

    The experience was informative and thought-provoking. Even if you aren’t open to a grading change, the conversation is valuable and gets you thinking.

  64. Jessica

    I really liked the interactive pieces of sharing our thoughts.

  65. Angela

    The conversation was very engaging. Very thought-provoking and motivating.

  66. Marcus

    Jeff is a great presenter, and had very good information during the session.

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